King Charles shared his first post on Twitter on the same day Netflix unveiled a long-awaited trailer of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s docu-series last week.
Buckingham Palace, on behalf of the King, had shared the post on the microblogging site as the monarch joined by the First Lady of Ukraine to officially open the new Welcome Centre at the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in London.
The palace tweeted, “His Majesty The King has been joined by the First Lady of Ukraine to officially open the new Welcome Centre at the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in London, where together they met staff, volunteers and displaced families from Ukraine.
“Designed to help Ukrainian nationals arriving in Great Britain, the centre is a point of contact for all essential information on arriving, settling, and long term living in the UK.”
Although, it was not directly related to Meghan and Harry’s Netflix show, the tweet was the first since the release of the trailer on Thursday.
Thousands of royal fans have reacted to King Charles Twitter post.
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